Archive for May, 2019

Is the current 1p piece the least valuable British coin since the currency was unified in 1707? Read the whole story at BBC News

Police say suspect also died during shooting at the Virginia Beach Municipal Center Read the whole story at BBC News

The New York Times reports the four bedroom house is on sale for $3.4 million (£2.7m). Read the whole story at BBC News

A High Court injunction is granted against demonstrators outside a Birmingham primary school. Read the whole story at BBC News

Some cricket fans reported missing the start of the Pakistan v West Indies match due to queues. Read the whole story at BBC News

A former journalist is found guilty in absentia of the 1996 murder of a French film producer in Ireland. Read the whole story at BBC...

The Mexican leader hits back after President Trump vowed tariffs until illegal migration was curbed. Read the whole story at BBC News

Barry McCaffrey and Trevor Birney were arrested after making a film on killings in Loughinisland. Read the whole story at BBC News

The lawyer for some of the victims says police had “opportunities galore” to uncover the plot in advance. Read the whole story at BBC News

When student finance doesn’t stretch and you have no parents for help – how do you make it through your degree? Read the whole story...

The US president praises Conservative frontrunner Boris Johnson ahead of his UK state visit. Read the whole story at BBC News

Johanna Konta becomes the first British woman to reach the French Open last 16 since 1983 after thrashing Slovakia’s Viktoria Kuzmova. Read the whole story...

A scrum of unexpected visitors made their presence felt at Letaba Rugby Club in South Africa. Read the whole story at BBC News

British retail tycoon Sir Philip Green charged in the US with four counts of misdemeanour assault Read the whole story at BBC News

Why we should be cautious about reports that North Korea has executed its key envoy Kim Hyok-chol. Read the whole story at BBC News

Condiment chiefs update the product’s label to reflect restoration works on the Elizabeth Tower. Read the whole story at BBC News

The UN’s special rapporteur on torture says the Wikileaks founder is not fit to stand trial. Read the whole story at BBC News